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During the 40 week school year, we provide children in food insecure households an extra boost of nutrition: a backpack with 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 3 snacks. We also provide an item to help the family stretch their food budget.
Breakfast includes cereal or oatmeal, lunch might be canned pasta or soup. An applesauce cup and fruit cup and a can of vegetable are included each week. Snacks include goldfish, granola bars, snack crackers, and occasionally some cookies.
The extra item for the family includes a full size box of black beans & rice, tuna & tuna helper, or a box of spaghetti and sauce. All items are shelf stable, easily opened, nutritionally balanced and kid approved.
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Make a donation. We are a 501(c)(3) designated non-profit organization. We can provide receipts upon request.
Groups and individuals can volunteer to help setup, pack, or deliver bags. It is a great team building project that takes about an hour to complete. Sign up using the link below or contact Gabby Burton (310) 498-1020 to reserve your backpack spot.
Know of an organization who cares about local children in need? We would love to come and give a presentation about Friday Fill-Up!
Friday Fill-Up! Currently, we are supporting 50 families and we are proud partners with Rawsonville Elementary School. Additionally, we have trained Edgemont & Savage school staff on how to set-up their own backpack food program. We are happy to report that both school programs are up and running effectively! We can do the same for your group.
If interested in learning more, contact Gabby Burton at (310) 498-1020.
The Summer Lunch Program at The Church at Crossroads, in Detroit is another food ministry that we support. Our Trinity volunteers prepared and served the lunches. We fed approximately 100 to 200 children and adults over a four week period. We also put together an activity that the children could participate in after lunch.
A big thank you to our Trinity volunteers who developed fun and exciting activities for the children. The team served families that walked, took buses and unfortunately lived in their cars, but always were greeted with smiles and excitement. In turn the team always walked away feeling fulfilled and blessed that they were a part of this loving ministry.
Trinity has a passion for giving and partnering with organizations in our community. These are some of the organizations Trinity has supported in recent years: